We are excited to invite and welcome our friends and supporters to the Land Trust of Virginia’s 23rd annual Garden Party. This year it is being reimagined and transformed into a live virtual Garden Party event that will take you down the very special garden paths of Bunny Mellon’s Oak Spring Garden and then on to Childs and Elaine Burden’s Seven Springs Garden as well.
Join us for our “Virtual" Garden Party!
OUR FIRST LIVE VIRTUAL EVENT
May 23, 2021
Reimagined and Transformed —
You won’t want to miss it!
Featuring Oak Spring Garden
& Seven Springs Garden
This unique virtual program will feature an introduction by Sir Peter Crane, President of the Oak Spring Garden Foundation and former Dean of the School of Forestry and Environmental Studies at Yale University, a guided tour of the gardens, a mixologist who will whip up a specialty cocktail (with or without alcohol) and the announcing of our very own Virginia residents and annual conservation award winners.
Give Now – Help Conserve Virginia!
Support LTV now and come to the May 23rd Virtual Party
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TWO IN-PERSON PARTIES IN THE FALL
TWO PRICE POINTS...
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Please join LTV for an afternoon celebrating efforts to conserve Virginia’s open space, natural resources, and cultural heritage. Proceeds raised from the virtual Garden Party will support LTV’s mission. Thank you for your consideration and we hope you join us at the virtual Garden Party and then again this fall.
Several levels of individual sponsorships are available. For additional information please use the buttons below. Questions? Please contact Kerry Roszel, Development Manager at 540-687-8441 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo credits: image 1 & 2 Oak Spring Garden Foundation, image 3 by Elaine Burden.
The Land Trust of Virginia is a non-profit land trust that partners with private landowners who voluntarily protect and preserve properties with significant historic, scenic, or ecological value. Lands in easement stay in private hands and contribute to important segments of our agricultural and tourism economies as well as cleaner air and water. Founded 29 years ago, the organization is a 501 (c)(3), non-profit that relies upon the generosity of the community and landowners to fulfill its mission. The Land Trust of Virginia now holds 204 easements protecting a total of 23,076 acres in 18 counties in Virginia.